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For a stabilizer, is it possible?
 

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I would not attempt this because of the difficulty drilling / milling a straight hole. As well, doing so would certainly void the warranty.

Alternatively, one could attach weight to the lower tiller bolt in a number of ways. I have tried a number of weight configurations and like weight at the lower position best. The "pendulum" effect seems to be very good for aiming.

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Anything is possible, but that would ruin the risers good looks and possibly ruin the riser itself.. I have been shooting a Black Magic for a couple weeks now and wouldn't dream of doing anything like this.to it.
 

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I had Martin do that to a Mamba I had.
It worked fine but for some reason they didn't glue the insert and the bottom limb split about two weeks after my getting it.
Martin replaced the bow, which is how I came to of owned two Mambas.
I'd do it again on a riser alone, but not a one piece bow.

John.
 

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If you have a way of using a press or a mill go for it

I had my BM drilled for qui over bushings

I had a machine shop tenant do it for me in his drill press

I just had my quiver bushings on my CH opened up and re threaded to accept 1/4 inch instead of 20 also

My Gun Smith did it on his Bridgeport

As long as it is done correctly you should be fine
 
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